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Physicists have even better models for blood spatter from gunshot wounds

Enlarge / Dexter may be a (fictitious) serial killer, but he is also a leading expert in the analysis of blood spray patterns. Two new papers could help real-life forensics to better analyze such patterns for investigating crime. YouTube / Showtime With two recent papers, physicists continue to contribute their unique insight into the forensic analysis of blood spatter patterns. …

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Physicists Receive $ 3 Million Breakthrough Price for Supergravity

From left to right: Peter van Nieuwenhuizen, Sergio Ferrara and Daniel Freedman. Photo: Breakthrough Prize Committee Physicists Sergio Ferrara, Dan Freedman, and Peter van Nieuwenhuizen will each award a $ 3 million breakthrough prize for their theory of supergravity, which accounts for much of today's physical research on our understanding of the universe. [19659005] The Breakthrough Prize is an annual …

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Physicists make graphene discoveries that could contribute to the development of superconductors

Left: This image, taken with a scanning tunneling microscope, shows a moiré pattern in "magic angle" bilayer graphene. Right: Scanning tunneling charge spectroscopy, a technique invented by the group of Professor Eva Andrei, shows correlated electrons, as shown by the alternating positive (blue) and negative (red) charge stripes formed in the "magic angle" twisted bilayer graph have left. Picture credits: …

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Stanford physicists count sound particles with the quantum microphone

IMAGE: Artistic representation of a series of nanomechanical resonators designed to generate and trap sound particles or phonons. The mechanical movements of the captured phonons are controlled by a qubit detector … view more Credit: Wentao Jiang The physicists of Stanford have developed a sensitive "quantum microphone" that can measure individual sound particles, called phonons. The journal Nature could eventually …

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Physicists count sound particles with quantum microphone

Artistic representation of a series of nanomechanical resonators designed to generate and trap sound particles or phonons. The mechanical movements of the captured phonons are detected by a qubit detector, which shifts its frequency as a function of the number of phonons in a resonator. Different phonon numbers are visible as distinct peaks in the qubit spectrum, which are shown …

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The findings of physicists could revolutionize the transmission of information

The picture shows the optical generation of trions in single-layered tungsten diselenide. Picture credits: Erfu Liu, UC Riverside. Move aside, electrons; It's time to make room for the Trion. A research team led by physicists at the University of California, Riverside, has observed, characterized and controlled dark trions in a semiconductor – ultra-pure monolayer tungsten diselenide (WSe 2 – a …

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Physicists use light waves to accelerate super currents and enable ultrafast quantum computing

Researchers have demonstrated a light-induced acceleration of super currents that could enable practical applications of quantum mechanics such as arithmetic, detection, and communication. Picture credits: Jigang Wang / Iowa State University Jigang Wang patiently explained his latest discovery in quantum control, which could lead to super-fast quantum-mechanics computing: He mentioned light-induced superconductivity without an energy gap. He raised banned super …

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Physicists discover completely new quantum states when graphene meets

The super-thin & # 39; wonder material & # 39; Graphene has upset science for years with its amazing features, but it gets really interesting to stack that 2D nanomaterial against itself. In recent experiments, physicists in the US have found that proximity to previously unobserved quantum states results when graphene is assembled in a double-layered vertical stack – with …

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